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Feature: Turkish artisan introduces Qatari culture through design

People Daily 05 Dec 2022
He then depicted the falcon holding the official World Cup soccer ball with the names of the participants on it ... "The marble plate, which expresses Qatar's underground wealth, is carried by four horses, symbolizing strength and loyalty," Demirci said. The soccer ball was made of ...
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Turkish artisan introduces Qatari culture through design

China.dot.org 05 Dec 2022
He then depicted the falcon holding the official World Cup soccer ball with the names of the participants on it ... "The marble plate, which expresses Qatar's underground wealth, is carried by four horses, symbolizing strength and loyalty," Demirci said. The soccer ball ...
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What did the US lack most at the World Cup? Football intelligence

The Guardian 04 Dec 2022
What this team has most missed throughout the World Cup is basic football intelligence, the kind of smarts that the Dutch displayed in spades ... A country of America’s size, wealth, and ambition – not to mention one in which soccer is such an enduringly popular participation sport – should aspire to more at the World Cup ....
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Paris Saint-Germain chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi says Qatar 2022 is ‘best World Cup ever’

CNN 02 Dec 2022
We have everything,” Al-Khelaifi said ... “One of the biggest media [has] asked me to do an interview for years,” he said ... Qatari sovereign wealth fund QSI, which Al-Khelaifi also chairs, recently valued the French soccer giant, home to star players including Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappé, and Neymar Jr. at over $4 billion ... I’m not hiding it, right.
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Qatar 2022: VIPs are passe. Welcome the VVIPs

The Telegraph India 01 Dec 2022
the VVIP entrance ... But at this year’s World Cup, the convergence of two entities awash in luxury and entitlement — Qatar, where all power and privilege flow from the emir, and Fifa, soccer’s global governing body, with its vast wealth and patronage network — provides a bracing reminder that there is always a more rarefied degree of exclusive ... .
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When VIP Isn’t Exclusive Enough: Welcome to VVIP

Indian Express 01 Dec 2022
But at this year’s World Cup, the convergence of two entities awash in luxury and entitlement — Qatar, where all power and privilege flow from the emir, and FIFA, soccer’s global governing body, with its vast wealth and patronage network — provides a bracing reminder that there is always a more rarefied degree of exclusive.
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They love Lucy: Tournament benefits family of stricken soccer player in Hampton

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 26 Nov 2022
He and his wife, Beth, joined their daughter in attending the Love for Lucy 3v3 Soccer Tournament, held on the sunny morning and afternoon of Nov ... Lucy, a soccer standout for the Talbots, missed her senior season after she was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder that causes weakness and requires frequent infusions of antibodies.
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World Cup host Qatar eliminated from the tournament, earliest exit by a host nation

Fox31 Denver 25 Nov 2022
Qatar still has one more match to play against the Netherlands on Tuesday ... The tiny Gulf nation spent around $220 billion on the first World Cup in the Middle East, according to estimates, but has found that great wealth can’t buy a world-class soccer team ... .
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Qatar loses 3-1 to Senegal, host nearing World Cup exit

Times Argus 25 Nov 2022
DOHA, Qatar — Qatar is staring at the World Cup exit ... The ball dribbled away from Khoukhi. And Dia, grateful for the gift, lashed it in ... It has no established soccer tradition ... Qatar spent around $220 billion on the first World Cup in the Middle East, according to estimates, but has found that great wealth can’t buy a world-class soccer team ....
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World Cup host Qatar eliminated from the tournament

Indian Express 25 Nov 2022
Babil Khan. ‘Baba would have been happy watching Qala… and would’ve... The tiny Gulf nation spent around $220 billion on the first World Cup in the Middle East, according to estimates, but has found that great wealth can’t buy a world-class soccer team ... Advertisement ... First published on ... Tags ... .
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France counting on Rabiot to play starring World Cup role

The Associated Press 25 Nov 2022
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Qatar is staring at the World Cup exit ... The ball dribbled away from Khoukhi. And Dia, grateful for the gift, lashed it in ... It has no established soccer tradition ... Qatar spent around $220 billion on the first World Cup in the Middle East, according to estimates, but has found that great wealth can't buy a world-class soccer team. ___.
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Qatar loses 3-1 to Senegal as host nearing World Cup exit

The Galveston Daily News 25 Nov 2022
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Qatar is staring at the World Cup exit ... The ball dribbled away from Khoukhi. And Dia, grateful for the gift, lashed it in ... It has no established soccer tradition ... Qatar spent around $220 billion on the first World Cup in the Middle East, according to estimates, but has found that great wealth can't buy a world-class soccer team ... ....
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How to watch USA vs England in the States: Full TV and streaming schedule for ...

The Daily Telegraph 24 Nov 2022
Soccer fans based in America will have a wealth of options when it comes to watching the game ... Soccer fans based in America who are hoping to watch England vs USA can tune into the action on FOX TV, which will be showing the game with English commentary or, alternatively, watch it ...
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The Qatar World Cup Exposes Soccer’s Shame

The Atlantic 19 Nov 2022
Qatar hosting the soccer World Cup is like Donald Trump becoming president of the United States ... In 2010, soccer’s world governing body, FIFA, awarded the right to host the world’s most popular and prestigious sporting event to a tiny Middle Eastern autocracy with a population of barely 3 million ... Major League Soccer franchise New York City F.C.).
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FIFA World Cup host Qatar to count carbon emissions from daily shuttle flights

Live Mint 16 Nov 2022
Through its sovereign wealth fund, Qatar owns London's famed Harrods department store, Paris Saint-Germain soccer club, and billions of dollars in real estate in New York City. That wealth ... That spigot of wealth began flowing in 1997, just after two major events that shook Qatar.

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